Field Crop Reporting Series
Product main pageThe eight publications in this series are released at strategic points in the crop year detailing farm stocks of grain, crop area, yield and production. Stock reports detail the farm-held stocks at the provincial level and farm-held plus commercial stocks at the Canada level for major Canadian grains. The first area report contains the planting intentions of producers while the June estimates are made after most of the seeding has been completed. Yields and levels of production by province are estimated twice, based on expectations to the end of harvest, while the November estimate is released after the harvest.
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|Product:||Field Crop Reporting Series|
|Latest issue:||Stocks of Principal Field Crops at July 31, 2012, vol. 91 no. 6||Free|
|Release date:||September 7, 2012|
|Subscription:||one year (365 days)||N/A|
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Statistics are produced on area, yield, production and stocks of field crops grown in Canada.
Auxiliary data source: As an additional tool to assess the growing conditions of Canadian field crops during the crop year, readers are invited to visit the Crop Condition Assessment Program web application, where a vegetation index of the crop land can be monitored weekly.
This product has been discontinued as of September 2012. The latest issue of this publication was Stocks of Principal Field Crops at July 31, 2012. Data usually provided through these publications are now available for free through CANSIM; tables 001-0010, 001-0017 and 001-0040 at http://www5.statcan.gc.ca/cansim/home-accueil?lang=eng&p2=50 and in the Summary tables section (free).
agricultural land use, agricultural production, barley, buckwheat, canary seed, canola, canola oil, chickpeas, corn, crop yield, cultivated land, dried beans, dried peas, durum wheat, field crops, flaxseed, fodder crops, grains, growing season, legumes, lentils, mustard seed, nitrogen fertilizers, oats, oilseeds, precipitation, prices, rye, soybeans, sugar beets, summerfallow, sunflower seeds, vegetable oils, wheat, wheat flour.
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